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Old 04-13-2012, 12:15 AM
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Howdy! So-Cal transplant here!

Hey there,
Just figured I would say "Hi". Applied to join the chapter a couple of days ago so I'm hoping that goes through.. In the meantime thought I'd see what was up and let ya know I'm here!
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PS Yupp still a memeber of the So-Cal chapter even though I live out here now. Was once upon a time their Chapter leader so I like to keep tabs on everything out there even if it's been a while since I've been active.
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Old 04-13-2012, 03:51 PM
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Hey Chris. What brought you out here? I will get you in shortly.
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Old 04-13-2012, 05:18 PM
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Welcome. My aunt recently transplanted from So. Cal to Knoxville. She likes the seasons and the green trees. Hates the humidity.
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Old 04-13-2012, 09:31 PM
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Welcome to the awesome commonwealth of Kentucky and our chapter! The Murray area is a little flat for my likeing but it is close to the Land between the lakes. They have some awesome fishing and camping there.
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Awesome fishing and camping for sure! Just caught two bass and one big crappie yesterday actually lol.

As far as what brought me out here..well my fiancée's family moved out here and we ended up taggin along when we found out how much easier (and better) livin life could be.

Now we have a two month old son and are happy as clams..but we do miss the ocean being within an hour drive.
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Awesome fishing and camping for sure! Just caught two bass and one big crappie yesterday actually lol.

As far as what brought me out here..well my fiancée's family moved out here and we ended up taggin along when we found out how much easier (and better) livin life could be.

Now we have a two month old son and are happy as clams..but we do miss the ocean being within an hour drive.
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Welcome to Ky!!! Lake Barkley and Kentucky Lake are the closest things we have to ocean front property. I don't get that far west too often.
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Seems you came to Kentucky about the same way I did. I met a girl from here (my wonderful Dawn) when my ex and I split. Comeing down here to visit her family and all I fell in love with the hills. Didn't take long to move down here. I later found out that Kentucky is the home of my family before the depression, all i did was find my way back lol.
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I really enjoyed CaveRun the last time I was there. That would be a drive from Murray...
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Haha,
Yeah been here goin on 2 years and I'm just startin to explore some if the rest of the state! Been through most of the Western part and a little of the Central part...slowly but surely I'll end up seeing the rest.
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Careful now. You get over to the eastern part of the state and the hills just might not let you go lol. It is as pretty as it gets.
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Thanks for the heads up! Also thanks Ryan for gettin me in!! Hopefully I'll be able to meet up with you guys sometime or another...untill then...
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Yeah been here goin on 2 years and I'm just startin to explore some if the rest of the state! Been through most of the Western part and a little of the Central part...slowly but surely I'll end up seeing the rest.
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If you ever get on this side of Lexington, lemme know....I'm generally in the Morehead to Paintsville area on any given day..

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Careful now. You get over to the eastern part of the state and the hills just might not let you go lol. It is as pretty as it gets.
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